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After a dramatic night at Stamford Bridge it’s Barcelona that will head to Rome to face Man Utd in this season’s Champions League Final. See the BestPrice outright betting here.

Pep Guardiola has won his appeal against a positive test for the steroid nandrolone taken when he was a Brescia player in the Serie A in 2001.

Guardiola, who now coaches Barcelona, tested positive shortly after joining Brescia in October 2001. He was suspended for four months and fined nearly $68,000 by the Italian federation.

He has always denied doping charges and had vowed to clear his name.

The federation said in a statement last week that it had accepted his appeal and cleared Guardiola of all charges.

Guardiola had also been found guilty by a court in Brescia and given a seven-month suspended prison sentence, but that verdict has also been overturned.

After a dramatic night at Stamford Bridge it’s Barcelona that will head to Rome to face Man Utd in this season’s Champions League Final. See the BestPrice outright betting here.

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